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a connecticut nursing home chain to reinstate nearly 600 striking union workers, despite allegations that some of them put patients' lives at risk. the judge in the case is a clinton appointee, ruling the company should have bargained more with the aclu workers before imposing pension and health care cuts. workers are now allowed back on the job next week, even though there is still an ongoing criminal investigation into acts of sabotage and a criminal acts on the part of some of those workers. the company claiming that before they went on strike some of the employees change the names of several patients doors, real cheers, remove residents wristbands, stickers indicating of the patients should be safely fed. this followed 19 months of negotiation, and ted judge was selected by the national labor relations board. we will keep you up-to-date. angry liberal at and senior giving the president some outrageous and vice. >> there should be this lingering infestation of really corrupt people instead of trying to dismantle the wishes of the people, the man they said has been given to barack obama. i d
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